Rule 34 states: 'If it exists there is porn of it' and this website adds, 'If not, start uploading'. There are also stills from porn clips and movies. There's no way of knowing exactly how much content is hosted on Rule34, but more are being uploaded each day. Photos and gifs include various characters from video games, cartoons, movies, etc. For example, you can find things like furry scat, dragon porn, Lion King group sex, and a whole host of other bizarre content, as well as some more traditional stuff featuring real porn stars.
Rules of the internet refers to a humorous list of unofficial rules guiding online conduct or listing axioms about what the internet is and how users should behave on it. Contrary to what the name may imply, the so-called rules of the internet are not laws enforceable by any official authority. Rather, they are a series of in-jokes, guidelines, and references related to internet culture as it was in the early s. Many of the catchphrases within the rules of the internet , as it exists today, are specific allusions to memes on 4chan or popular references to Fight Club, South Park , and so on. Emerging as a kind of Netiquette for the Internet group Anonymous, the rules of the internet were published on the satirical wiki, Encyclopedia Dramatica, in , before an attempt at a more official list emerged on 4chan in